A to Z Challenge: Yesterday was Yummy: Leanlix Naturals Are A Favorite Dog Training Treat and A was for April Anniversary, Alphabet, Adventures, Arizona and Amelia. You can find all of our A to Z posts here.
AUTUMN 2014 UPDATE: Leanlix Naturals mold danger: The Cascadian Nomads no longer purchase this dog treat product ourselves and do not recommend using it or suggest using it with extreme caution. We had to throw away two containers of Leanlix Naturals after the products began to grow mold. We have no idea what kind of mold the treat was growing or if it was dangerous to the dogs but even an attempt to remove the moldy top and use the rest of the treat failed as the mold continued to grow.
These photos would normally have been product review outtakes but I just couldn't help posting them.
Is it obvious that Leanlix Naturals are pretty popular around here?
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A to Z Challenge: Yesterday wasX Marks The Spot: Recent Mischief In Cascadia & Desert Mischief To Come, tomorrow Z is for Zombie Wordless Wednesday.
X in Estacada, Oregon, Cascadia, April 5th:
X in Government Camp, Oregon, Cascadia, April 7th:
X on First Beach, LaPush, Washington, Cascadia, April 16th:
X at Lake Crescent, Olympic National Forest, Washington, Cascadia, April 18th:
X Marks The Spot where the Cascadian Nomads humans, canines and cockatoo are traveling to next:
Obviously it has been a busy month of travels with Leo and the dogs and there's still more to come.
Thank you for joining us on our adventures!
What kinds of fun mischief have you been up to lately?
A to Z Challenge: Saturday was W was for Wilhelm: The Most Wonderful Weiner Dog, tomorrow is Y for Yummy: Leanlix Naturals Are A Favorite Dog Training Treat.
While talking with a friend on the phone in early October 2007, I told her Jason and I had gotten a dachshund puppy. "So you got a weiner dog?" she asked. "Yes, a long haired dachshund," I replied. "Seriously?" my friend queried, "you got a weiner dog? Like a hot dog dog?" I tried to talk to her about the breeds hunting and sporting history but there was no getting through the chortling that was growing into heaving laughter. In my friends defense, she is a sworn eternal Labrador and golden retriever owner and enthusiast. And, well, weiner dogs are really, really funny.
Wilhelm's fast moving, short legs make me smile everyday. His bark that is too big for his body is cartoon like in the way that he literally levitates all four paws off the floor when exuding his powerful voice. Then there's the burrowing: Wilhelm will dig his way under and through comforters, blankets, sheets pillows, pillow cases not to mention tall grass, shrubbery and hedges. And those giant floppy dachshund ears... we affectionately called Wilhelm "Dumbo" when he was a puppy. Although he grew into the elephant ears that I was certain he would use to fly when he was smaller, Wilhelm's ears are still so fun and expressive.
A to Z Challenge: Yesterday was V for Volunteer Park Via Washington Park Arboretum & Interlaken Park: Seattle Urban HIke With Dogs, tomorrow is Black & White Sunday and Monday will be X for...